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We Shall LoseOur WHOLE Income of Mony from Abroad
[Hare, Francis].  A letter to a member of the October-Club: Shewing, that to yield Spain to the Duke of Anjou by a peace, wou’d be the ruin of Great Britain. The second edition, with additions. London: A. Baldwin, 1711. 8vo (20.8 cm, 8.25"). vi, 42 pp.
$800.00

FranceSadly Disappointed Him . . .
Harper, Robert Goodloe. Observations on the dispute between the United States and France, addressed by...one of the representatives in Congress for the state of South Carolina, to his constituents, in May, 1797...second edition. London: (Pr. in Philadelphia & repr. by) Philanthropic Press, 1798. 8vo (21.5 cm, 8.5"). [2 (lacking half-title)], 5–109, [1] pp.
$200.00

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More than One Lifetime's Worth of Adventure & Interesting Ideas
Harriott, John.  Struggles through life, exemplified in the various travels and adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, of John Harriott, Esq. London: Pr. for the author, 1815. 12mo (18 cm, 7.1"). 3 vols. I: Frontis., xvxv, [1], 443, [1] pp. II: xii, 428, [2] pp. III: vii, [1], 479, [1] pp. (lacking pp. 69–72); 1 fold. plt., 1 plt.
$750.00
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Religion Wantsto Be Free
Harris, William.   Observations on national establishments in religion in general, and on the establishment of Christianity in particular. Together with some occasional remarks on the conduct and behaviour of the teachers of it. London: S. Bladon, 1767. 8vo (21.2 cm, 8.4"). [2], 60 pp. (half-title lacking).
$450.00

An EARLY Strawberry Hill Press Book
Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron.  The life of Edward lord Herbert of Cherbury. [Twickenham]: Strawberry-Hill [Press], 1764. 4to (22.5 cm; 9"). [5] ff., 171, [1] pp., fold. table, fold. port.
$425.00
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A SALVO in aPaper War”
Hervey, John Hervey, Baron.  Observations on the writings of the Craftsman. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1730. 8vo (20 cm; 7.875"). [1] f., 5–31, [1 (blank)] pp.
$150.00
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Groveling Malice!  Mercenary Views Sordid Interests!
Hervey, John Hervey, Baron.  Remarks on the Craftsman's vindication of his two hon.ble patrons in his paper of May 22. 1731. London: Pr. for J. Peele, 1731. 8vo (18 cm, 7.1"). 62 pp.
$250.00
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Telling YouWHY
[Hoadly, Benjamin]. A defence of the enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great-Britain, &c. Occasioned by the paper published in the Country-Journal or Craftsman on Saturday, Jan. 4, 1728-9. London: Pr. & Sold by Ja. Robert, 1729. 12mo. 40 pp.
$70.00

MUCH! Is Addressed Here . . .
[Hoadly, Benjamin]. The fears and sentiments of all true Britains; with respect to national credit, interest and religion. London: A. Baldwin, 1710. 8vo (20.7 cm, 8.15"). 16 pp.
$250.00

NOT! Agatha Christie's Mousetrap” . . .
Holdsworth, Edward.  Muscipula, sive Cambro-Muo-machia. Londoni: [Pr. by H. Hills?], 1709. 8vo (19.4 cm, 7.6"). 8 pp.
$225.00

AnEnglishman's Take on the Irish Rebellion of 1641
Howell, James.  Mercurius Hibernicus, or, A discourse of the late insurrection in Ireland displaying 1. The true causes of it (till now not so fully discovered.) 2. The course that was taken to suppresse it. 3. The reasons that drew on a cessation of arms, and other compliances since. As also, touching those auxiliaries which are transported thence to serve in the present warre. Bristol: No publisher/printer, 1644. 4to (19 cm, 7.5"). [2] ff., 28 pp.
$950.00
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ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1643-1647, Ormonde).  Articles of agreement, made, concluded, and agreed on, at Dublin, the eighteenth day of June, 1647. By and between the most Honorable James Lord Marq[uess] of Ormonde, of the one part; and Arthur Annesley Esquire, Sir Robert King knight, Sir Robert Meredith knight, Colonell Iohn Moore, and Colonell Michael Iones, commissioners from the Parliament of England, on the other part. Published by authority and command of the commissioners from the Parliament of England. London: Printed by William Bladen, 1647. 4to (19 cm, 7.5"). [1] f., 6 pp.
$1150.00
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On the Dethroning ofJames II
Johnson, Samuel.  An argument proving, that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to the throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it. London: Printed for the author, 1692. Small 4to (20 cm; 8"). 62 pp., [1] f.
$350.00
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The Irish Rebellion Interpreted for the English Audience
[Jones, Henry].  A perfect relation of the beginning and continuation of the Irish–Rebellion, from May last, to this present 12th. of January, 1641. With the place where, and persons who, did plot, contrive, and put in execution that Romish damnable designe. London: Pr. by J. R., 1641 [i.e., 1642]. 4to (19 cm, 7.5"). 8 [i.e., 16] pp.
$875.00
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The Dispossesseds' Testimony . . .
Abstracted & Published
[Jones, Henry, et al.].  A remonstrance of divers remarkeable passages concerning the church and kingdome of Ireland, recommended by letters from the Right Honourable the Lords Justices, and Counsell of Ireland, and presented by Henry Jones Doctor in Divinity, and agent for the ministers of the Gospel in that kingdom, to the Honourable House of Commons in England. London: Pr. for Godfrey Emerson, & William Bladen, 1642. 4to (19 cm, 7.5"). [4] ff., 82 pp.
$1250.00
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America Reads aboutthe Irish Rebellion of 1798
Jones, John, of Dublin.  An impartial narrative of the most important engagements which took place between His Majesty's forces and the insurgents, during the Irish Rebellion, in 1798; including very interesting information not before published. Carefully collected from authentic letters. Cambridge, N.Y.: Printed by Tennery & Stockwell, [1804]. 12mo. (17.5 cm; 7".) 237, [1] pp.
$400.00
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Liberty of the PRESS is the Palladium ofAll Your RIGHTS
Junius [pseud.].  The letters of Junius. London: John Sharpe, 1820. 24mo (13.3 cm; 5.25"). 2 vols. I: Engr. t.-p., [1], iv–xviii, [1], 20–203, [1] pp. II: Engr. t.-p., [1], 4–212 pp.
[SOLD]
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I owe no apology to Your Grace . . .”
Kinnaird, Charles, 8th Baron.  A letter to the Duke of Wellington on the arrest of M. Marinet. London: Pr. [by Charles Wood] for James Ridgway, 1818. 8vo (18.8 cm, 7.375" ). [1] f., 40 pp.
$145.00

Free Trade vs. Protection EPITOMIZED
Knott, John M.  The currency and the late Sir Robert Peel. [London, 1850]. 8vo (19.7 cm, 7.75"). 23, [1 (blank)] pp.
$400.00

Le Carré: “An Eye Already Charged by Peril”
Le Carré, John.  The clandestine muse.  Newark, VT: Pr. at the Janus Press for Charles Seluzicki Fine Books, © 1986. 8vo (22.9 cm, 9"). [24] pp.
$450.00
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Stark Naked, & Carrying a Fiddle”
Leslie, Charles.  The snake in the grass: or, Satan transform'd into an angel of light. Discovering the deep and unsuspected subtilty which is couched under the pretended simplicity of many of the principal leaders of those people call'd Quakers. London: printed for Charles Brome, 1696. 8vo (16.5 cm; 6.5"). [6], cccxlii [i.e. ccclii], 271, [1] pp.
$725.00
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Published in England inthe Year of the MASSACRE
M., B.  Sabaudiensis in reformatam religionem persecutionis brevis narratio; ex scriptis potentissimo principi Olivero, reipublic Angli, Scoti, & Hiberni, Protectori, nuper communicatis desumpta, et in methodum digesta. Londini: Typis Tho: Newcomb, impensis authoris, 1655. Small 4to. 28 pp.
$1250.00
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The 30 Years' Peace:  First American Edition, Much Enlarged
Martineau, Harriet.  History of the peace: Being a history of England from 1816 to 1854. With an introduction 1800 to 1815. Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co.; Walker, Fuller, & Co., 1864–66. 8vo (20.6 cm, 8.1"). 4 vols. I: xi, [1], 455, [1] pp. II: vii, [1], 500, 2 pp. III: x, 575, [1] pp. IV: xii, 665, [1] pp.
$115.00
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FearingFrance . . .
[Maynwaring, Arthur]. Remarks upon the present negotiations of peace begun between Britain and France. London, 1711. 8vo (20.5 cm; 8"). [2] ff., 35, [1] pp.
$1000.00
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Benthamite/Utilitarian/ImperialistHistory of India
Mill, James.  The history of British India ... in six volumes. London: Baldwin, Cradock, & Joy, 1826. 8vo (23.1 cm, 9.1"). 6 vols. I: iv, xxxv, [1], 450 pp.; 1 map. II: iv, 463, [1] pp.; 1 map. III: iv, 571, [1] pp. IV: iv, 508 pp. V: iv, 546 pp. VI: iv, [2], 631, [1] pp.
$650.00
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An American Reads, Often Disagrees With, & Sometimes Corrects Mill
Mill, John Stuart.  The subjection of women. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1869. 12mo (19.2 cm; 7.5"). 174 pp.
$600.00
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Condensed MONROE . . .  
Monroe, James.  A view of the conduct of the executive in the foreign affairs of the United States, as connected with the mission to the French Republic, during the years 1794, 5, and 6.... London (repr. from Philadelphia): James Ridgway, 1798. 8vo (21.5 cm, 8.5"). viii, 117, [1 (blank)] pp.
$450.00

Richard the Third & Chiswick Press
More, Thomas.  The history of King Richard the Third. Chiswick: From the press of C. Whittingham for R. Triphook, 1821. 8vo (19.5 cm, 7.625"). Engr. frontis., xiv, [2], 241, [3] pp.; 1 plt.
$250.00
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It WasNever Smooth Sailing . . .
Morford, Edward.  Inquiry into the present state of foreign relations of the union, as affected by the late measures of the administration. Philadelphia: Samuel F. Bradford; New York: Brisban & Brannan; Boston: Williams Andrews, 1806. 8vo (23 cm, 9.1"). 183, [1 (blank)] pp.
$275.00
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Garrick, Cromwell, Addison, Locke, Raleigh, et al.
Mortimer, Thomas.  The British Plutarch, containing the lives of the most eminentstatesmen, patriots, divines, warriors, philosophers, poets, and artists, of Great Britain and Ireland, from the accession of Henry VIII to the present time. London: Charles Dilly, 1791. 12mo (18.2 cm, 7.2"). 8 vols. I: Frontis., xi, [3], 297, [3 (2 adv.)] pp. II: [4], 296 (i.e., 299), [1 (errata)] pp. III: [4], 321, 3 (adv.)] pp. IV: [4], 275, [1] pp. V: [4], 299, [1] pp. VI: [4], 339, [1] pp. VII: [4], 250 pp. VIII: [4], 291, [1] pp.
$450.00
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Inconstancy of ApostasyMultiple Metamorphoses
Nicholls [a.k.a., Niccols, Nicols], John.  A declaration of the recantation of Iohn Nichols (for the space almoste of two yeeres the Popes scholer in the Englishe seminarie or college at Rome) which desireth to be reconciled, and receiued as a member into the true Church of Christ in England ... London: Imprinted by Christopher Barker, 1581. Small 8vo (14.5 cm; 5.75"). [98] ff.
$5750.00
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